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TSI Hosts Webinar On Nanotechnology Emission Assessment Technique

On February 2, 2012, experts in the field of nanoparticle and aerosol research will come together to discuss background information, present implementation options, and answer questions for any and all interested in this ever more important topic in the free webinar "Nanotechnology Emission Assessment Technique".

Feb 1st, 2012

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EDAX Launches New Team Pegasus Integrated EDS And EBSD System

EDAX Inc., a leader in X-ray microanalysis and electron diffraction instrumentation, has introduced the TEAM Pegasus system, which combines world-class Energy Dispersive Spectroscopy (EDS) and Electron Backscatter Diffraction (EBSD) hardware with EDAX's highly successful TEAM software platform to create the next generation in synergistic materials characterization.

Jan 31st, 2012

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Battery Firm Ener1 Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

Ener1, Inc. has announced that it has reached agreement with its primary investors and lenders on a restructuring plan that will significantly reduce its debt and provide up to $81 million to recapitalize the Company to support its long-term business objectives and strategic plan.

Jan 27th, 2012

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Imec and Genalyte Report Disposable Silicon Photonics Biosensor Chips

Imec and Genalyte announce that they have successfully developed and produced a set of disposable silicon photonics biosensor chips to be used in Genalyte diagnostic and molecular detection equipment. The chips combine imec's standard silicon photonic waveguide devices with bio-compatible modifications jointly developed by imec and Genalyte. These chips allow for high levels of multiplexed biosensing due to the high integration level of Si photonics.

Jan 24th, 2012

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Tanaka Precious Metals Develops World's First Ruthenium Material Optimized for Semiconductor Miniaturization

Tanaka Kikinzoku Kogyo K.K. announced that it had succeeded in the joint development of ruthenium material able to form a film up to six times the normal depth for capacitor electrodes used in semiconductor memory DRAM (Dynamic Random Access Memory) with Professor Seiji Ogo of the Graduate School of Engineering Department of Applied Chemistry at Kyushu University.

Jan 23rd, 2012

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